Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd. & Frederick Douglass Blvd.
Located on a picturesque tree-lined block in the historic Strivers Row, 257 West 139th Street is a Italian Renaissance style townhouse designed by architects McKim, Mead & White and developed by David H. King, Jr. in 1891 257 West 139th Street is a 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom triplex apartment offering approximately 2,500 sqft. Stunning architectural features pepper the entire space from the grandiose fireplaces to the original brick and rich wood detailing. Natural light pours in through the windows, highlighting the gorgeous wood flooring that fills the space. Modern renovations including a full kitchen fortnights in and plenty of living space for relaxing. 257 West 137th Street exudes everything a townhouse apartment should: central air-conditioning and heat; working fireplaces, a private outdoor rear garden, parking for two cars, recreation room with bar and full laundry room. This townhome’s proximity to the 125th commercial corridor offers an array of shopping, entertainment, and cultural options, including outlets, the Apollo, and local museums. Merely steps away are Whole Foods and neighborhood staples such as Renaissance, Red Rooster, Corner Social, Babbalucci, and Gin Fizz. Lenox Sapphire and Lenox Coffee Roaster anchor a bustling selection of cafes and bakeries and public transportation can be found in every direction. 257 West 139th Street truly offers the best that Harlem has to offer.
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